Luke 19:44 (NASB) "...and will level you to the ground and your children within you, and they will not leave in you one stone upon another, because you did not recognize the time of your visitation.
Jesus is on the Mount of Olives, not long before his crucifixion, many disciples in tow, when some of the Pharisees in the accompanying multitude speak out and say, - "Teacher, rebuke your disciples." - His disciples had just praised Jesus thus:- "BLESSED IS THE KING WHO COMES IN THE NAME OF THE LORD" - Luke 38. Jesus, in the subsequent verses leading up to verse 44, issues what amounts to a proclamation of impending doom for Jerusalem, it's people and their temple, basically for not recognizing what his disciples had already intonated, in that he, as the true Son of God had come in the name of the Almighty God to reign as king... (The fact that this kingdom reign was not to happen for some time, is beside the point for the purposes of this Q).
On the face of things, two spiritual and apparently distinctive personages of D/deities are being referenced here, one being the Almighty God and one being the (only begotten) Son of God (brackets mine). The Trinitarians amongst us will naturally take issue with this last sentence but I'm just saying it, as I see it, in Luke, after all. I haven't added, or taken away from the NASB translation. However, if one was to go to the NET bibles translation of the particular verse in question here, it will be seen that the words..."from God"..., with a capital G, have been added after visitation... Is this not an unashamed (add on) attempt to equate Jesus with God, in order to support a Trinitarian bias that is not even evident in the Greek, at least as pertains to Luke 19:37-44, and if so, what are we to deduce from such a blatant addition ??